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Autodesk A360: Collaboration for Revit

Autodesk® A360 Collaboration for Revit® (A360 C4R) is a Cloud Subscription service that hosts Revit BIM (Building Information Models) in the cloud, enabling project team members from multiple companies or locations to concurrently author models. With Revit and Autodesk A360 integration, A360 Collaboration for Revit empowers design teams to work better together.

By utilizing A360 C4R, design teams can bypass the lengthy and tedious file-sharing process with real-time model collaboration in a shared environment. A360 C4R provides up-to-the-minute model changes to all members of the design team—speeding up the design coordination phase of a project—resulting in savings of time and costs.

Key Values:
·         Centralized access to project data for all team members
o    Streamline costly and inefficient processes for sharing models such as use of FTP sites, sharing software or email with attached PDFs.
o    Minimize complex and costly IT setup and maintenance.
·         In-context communication
o    Enable better team understanding of model changes through its integrated project activity feed.
o    Receive notifications of new chat messages, connection requests, and synchronize status for workset-enabled models.
·         Autodesk A360 integration for better team collaboration
o    Connect external team members and project contributors who do not use or have access to Revit software.
o    Enable project members to view, search, and socially interact on models, discuss challenges and successes, and stay current with project activities.
·         Security


o    Store all project and design data in A360. A360 is part of Autodesk’s secure cloud environment. 



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